New Hampshire Forecast: Piles of snow Tuesday

Snow started overnight and will continue throughout New Hampshire throughout Tuesday. A winter storm warning has been issued for all of Strafford, Carroll, Merrimack counties and western portions of Rockingham and Hillsborough counties. These zones have the greatest potential for several inches of snow. A winter weather advisory is in effect elsewhere across the state.>> WEATHER WARNINGS It won’t be a major storm, but snow is expected to fall lightly for about 18-24 hours. Light snow started falling around midnight on Tuesday morning. By sunrise, snow was falling across much of the state as temperatures hovered in the 20s. >> Interactive Radar | TRAFFIC TRACKER In the afternoon, snow will continue with temperatures in the low 30s. Most of the time snowfall rates are less than an inch per hour. Snow tapers off around midnight Wednesday or earlier as lows drop into the 20s. >> Check out the latest hour-by-hour timeline: Eventually, accumulations of about 4-8 inches are possible across parts of the Monadnock region and Lakes region, the White Mountains and parts of western New Hampshire. North country. Around 2-4 inches will accumulate in southern New Hampshire through the southern Merrimack Valley toward the coast and into the Connecticut River Valley. Some areas northwest of the White Mountains will get 1-2 inches of accumulation. While the snow won’t accumulate quickly, travel conditions will be very slick Tuesday morning and throughout the day. Storm ahead? Sunshine returns Wednesday with a chance of rain or snow by evening. Another quick shower with mild temperatures on Thursday. Wintry weather will be more impactful Friday night into Saturday with snow for many and parts of southern New Hampshire with snow. It’s not too late to determine the storm’s exact track, timing, amounts, or precipitation type. Stay tuned to the Storm Watch 9 team for updates. Be aware of the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and enable push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts based on your geographic location and/or up to three zip codes. Plus, you can get notified when rainfall hits your area. Follow the Storm Watch 9 Team on Social Media: Mike Haddad: Facebook | TwitterKevin Skarupa: Facebook | TwitterHayley LaPoint: Facebook | Twitter Jacqueline Thomas: Facebook | Twitter Matt Hoenig: Facebook | Twitter

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Snow started overnight and will continue throughout New Hampshire throughout Tuesday.

A winter storm warning has been issued for all of Strafford, Carroll, Merrimack counties and western portions of Rockingham and Hillsborough counties. These zones have the greatest potential for several inches of snow. A winter weather advisory is in effect elsewhere across the state.

>> Weather warnings

It won’t be a major storm, but light snow is expected for about 18-24 hours.

Light snow started falling around midnight on Tuesday morning. By sunrise, snow was falling across much of the state as temperatures hovered in the 20s.

>> Interactive Radar | Traffic Supervisor

In the afternoon, snow will continue as temperatures drop into the low 30s. Most of the time snowfall rates are less than an inch per hour.

Snow tapers off around midnight Wednesday or earlier as lows drop into the 20s.

>> Check out the latest hour-by-hour schedule:

Eventually, accumulations of about 4-8 inches are possible across parts of western New Hampshire and parts of the Monadnock region through the Lakes region, White Mountains and parts of the North Country.

Around 2-4 inches will accumulate in southern New Hampshire through the southern Merrimack Valley toward the coast and into the Connecticut River Valley. Some areas northwest of the White Mountains could end up with 1-2 inches of accumulation.

Although the snow won’t accumulate quickly, travel conditions will be very slick Tuesday morning and throughout the day.

Storm ahead?

Sunshine returns Wednesday with a chance of rain or snow in the evening.

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Another quick shower is possible on Thursday with some mild temperatures.

Wintry weather will be more impactful Friday night into Saturday with snow for many and parts of southern New Hampshire with snow. It’s not too late to determine the storm’s exact track, timing, amounts, or precipitation type.

Stay tuned to the Storm Watch 9 team for updates.

Be weather alert! Download the WMUR app Apple Or Android Enable devices and push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts based on your geographic location and/or up to three zip codes. Plus, you can get the word out when precipitation is coming to your area.

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